Late afternoon found us south of Langtry, Tx on highway 90. I had googled a few parks in this area and Seminole Canyon State Park and Historic site filled the bill for an overnight stop.
The campground is on high ground only about a half mile from the highway, with a commanding view all around. It is about 1.5 miles from the border, so Border Patrol activity is high. There is a $3./person entry fee and camping rates are $12 for an unserviced site and $17 for one with electric and water. There is an RV dump on site, and showers.
Historic bake oven from the railroad construction days.
I expected I might stay longer than one night, but it got windy during the day in my mostly exposed site and I had scouted out many of the areas in nearby Amistad National Recreation Area – where dry camping is $4./night!
So far, Hailey is really enjoying Texas – or at least she has been enjoying the Texas map!
One of at least five campgrounds in the National rec area.
Herd of domestic goats in the area. Bridges over the reservoir.
I expect to be in the Amistad area for a few days while I check out the sights!